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Lambeth adapts to changing world

Archbishop of Canterbury, Most Rev Justin Welby has announced that the 15th ten-yearly Lambeth Conference of Anglican Bishops will now be held in mid 2022, but will also gather the Communion's leaders to connect and converse via virtual meeting technology.

Requiem farewells Bishop Jim

Holy Trinity Cathedral Auckland has held a Requiem Eucharist to honour and farewell Bishop Jim White, Assistant Bishop of Auckland who died at 58 from a rare cancer two weeks ago.

Anglicans laud UN WFP Nobel Prize

The Anglican Consultative Council has welcomed this year’s Nobel Peace Prize for the United Nations World Food Programme(WFP) and called for better UN partnerships with faith-based organisations to help deliver food security.

Selwyn honours + Muru Walters

Te Maru Pūmanawa - Selwyn College Anglican University residential college held a day of events in Dunedin on Wednesday this week to appoint Bishop Muru Walters as a life fellow of the College.

Bishop Jim White dies at 58

Rt Rev Jim White, Assistant Bishop of Auckland and former Dean of the College of the Southern Cross has died from a rare cancer aged 58.
• Auckland Diocese video in memoriam: Bishop Jim

Backing Te Reo Māori for the future

Rangi Nicholson says Māori Language Week and the one million Te Reo moment reminds us of a golden opportunity for the Anglican Church in Aotearoa New Zealand – to return to our place as a frontline advocate for Te Reo Māori - the first language to carry the message of salvation across these islands.
• Runanganui moves toward life in Te Reo Māori by 2030

Anglicans join Te Reo million

Local Shared Ministry teams in the Diocese of Auckland have celebrated first steps in learning to pray in Te Reo Māori, by joining the one million strong Te Reo Māori moment in Māori language week.
• Watch Dilworth School’s ‘Fortissimo’ sing Wairua Tapu for the one million Te Reo Māori moment

End of Life law fails safety check

Archbishop Philip Richardson, Archbishop Don Tamihere and a further eleven Anglican Bishops have joined religious leaders from across the country to warn of dangers in the poorly drafted End of Life Choice Act.

NZCCSS calls for homes, living wages

The New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services is calling on all political parties to put warm, dry homes and a liveable income for all New Zealanders at the top of their election agenda.


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